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© UNICEF Cambodia/2010/Nicolas Axelrod
A baby’s height is measured at Stung Meanchy Health Centre, Phnom Penh, Cambodia

UNICEF, along with AusAID, DFID and Agence Française de Development (AFD) and the World Bank, contribute to a major partnership in the health sector, known as the Health Sector Support Programme (HSSP2). The Second Health Sector Support Programme (HSSP2) in Cambodia, is assisting the Royal Government of Cambodia (RGC) to implement the second Health Strategic Plan (HSP2) 2008-2015, with priorities set by the MoH's Joint Annual Performance Review (JAPR). The emphasis of the HSSP2 is on increasing access to quality services to rural poor and vulnerable groups.  In this major partnership, preference is given to activities that support progress towards the Millennium Development Goals and the priority targets and interventions set by MoH for 2013, that improve the reach and quality of health service delivery for the poor and hard to reach populations and that have clearly defined outputs.

The HSSP2 involves a group of six development partners (AFD, DFID, AusAID, WB, UNICEF, UNFPA) who have agreed to abide by a Joint Partnership Arrangement (JPA), which sets out Common Management Arrangements for the programme, and allows for partners to provide funds through the pooled funds and/or through discrete accounts. All JPA partners follow the same partnership principles and business standards established by the Group and rely on cooperation with designated lead partner for technical matters.



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